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Meet the scientists trying to reverse aging. While the world wrestles with the coronavirus and climate change, there’s another challenge facing humanity: aging. As we live longer lives, more of our final years are marked by poor health, which means increased suffering and higher healthcare bills. But some scientists believe we might be able to solve this problem, and make later life more enjoyable.
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FAA Hits Airlines on Flight Delays After United Chief’s Comments
Uber Probes Hacker’s Claim to Have Penetrated Key Databases
Vedanta Drops Most in Months as Chip Factory Plan Unclear
ByteDance to Buy Back $3 Billion in Shares After IPO Stalls
Zelenskiy Says Russia Responsible for Grave Site Found in Izyum
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FTC Joins Push for Rules on Trade of Smartphone Location Data
The Biggest Copper Mine in the US Stalled in Dispute Over Sacred Ground
Most Fortune 1,000 Company Boards Have No Asian Directors
US Rail Workers Have Final Say on Deal — or Possible Strike
GM’s Cruise Pushes Past Glitches to Map Robotaxi Expansion
WHO Foundation Seeks $186.7 Million for Sahel, Horn of Africa
Can Britain’s Endangered Department Stores Be Saved?
Shanghai Built Its Own Silicon Valley, and Very Few Came
More Than Half of US Hospitals Expect to Lose Money This Year
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The Bitcoin Gamble in the Central African Republic
Ethereum Faces ‘Blockchain Trilemma’ as ‘Merge’ Mania Cools